High school roundup: Leopold, Perryville to play for Woodland tournament title

Friday, December 3, 2010

Leopold held off an Oak Ridge comeback and advanced to the championship game of the Woodland tournament with a 42-40 victory Thursday night in boys basketball action in Marble Hill, Mo.

Brandon Jensen led the Wildcats, who were outscored 12-5 in the fourth quarter, with nine points.

The Wildcats will face top-seeded Perryville at 8 p.m. today in the title game.

Jacob Light led the Blue Jays with 13 points.

Perryville defeated Meadow Heights 63-49 behind 25 points by Bryce Weibrecht. Jake Dobbelare added 13 points for the Pirates.

Calen Buerck led the Panthers with 16 points in the losing effort.

Oak Ridge and Meadow Heights will play for third place at 6:30 p.m. today.

Delta advanced to the consolation final with a 68-60 victory against Scott City.

Chase Crowden recorded a game-high 31 points for Delta.

Delta will face Zalma at 5 p.m. in the consolation final.

Delta 68, Scott City 60

Delta11112125--68
Scott City1682016--60

DELTA (68) -- Seth Blattell 2, Chase Crowden 31, Brandon Horman 3, Zach Riegert 8, Greg Brawley 10, Austin Lashley 8, Dallas Naramore 4, Frankie Rozmirsky 2. FG 24, FT 16-28, F 15. (3-pointers: Crowden 3, Brawley 1. Fouled out: none)

SCOTT CITY (60) -- Alex Eichhorn 2, Justin Modglin 9, Zach Cotner 13, Hunter Cox 6, Zach Estes 2, Logan Henson 5, Landon Robert 13, Ryan Brock 1, Ryan Fortner 1, Jesse Sanders 8. FG 24, FT 7-12, F 22. (3-pointers: Modglin 1, Henson 1, Robert 1. Fouled out: Cox)

Perryville 63, Meadow Heights 49

Perryville13122315--63
Meadow Heights121999--49

PERRYVILLE (63) -- Jake Dobbelare 13, Cody Call 2, Colby Brown 10, Jared Hotop 3, Ross Moldenhauer 9, Bryce Weibrecht 25, Jared Thieret 1. FG 25, FT 6-16, F 12. (3-pointers: Brown 2, Hotop 1, Moldenhauer 1, Weibrecht 3. Fouled out: none)

MEADOW HEIGHTS (49) -- Adam Walker 10, Aaron Mayfield 8, Daylan Davis 2, Trent Kiefer 4, Curtis Braswell 3, Calen Buerck 16, Tanner Bollmann 6. FG 19, FT 7-10, F 16. (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: none)

Leopold 42, Oak Ridge 40

Leopold169125--42
Oak Ridge771412--40

LEOPOLD (42) -- Greg Davis 2, Kyle Stroder 7, Joe Elfrink 8, Cameron Davis 3, John Bohnsack 8, Lance Seiler 2, Brandon Jansen 9, Matt Brotherton 3. FG 17, FT 4-9, F 19. (3-pointers: Elfrink 2, Bohnsack 2. Fouled out: Elfrink)

OAK RIDGE (40) -- Kyle Rohde 9, Jacob Light 13, Caleb Elam 7, Brett Thomas 11. FG 11, FT 15-21, F 14. (3-pointers: Light 1, Elam 2. Fouled out: Below)

Oran Invitational

Scott County Central and Oran reached the championship game with victories.

Scott County breezed to a 93-38 win over Richland, whie Oran advanced with a 66-58 win against Advance.

Alan Michael Hess had 25 points and Terrence Johnson added 19 as Bell City advanced to the consolation final.

Trey Drury led Kelly with 18 points.

Bell City 90, Kelly 69

Bell City19232523--90
Kelly15251019--69

BELL CITY (90) -- Terrence Liggins 4, Jerod Yates 11, Cody Reams 6, Terrance Johnson 19, Josh Overbey 11, Chris Carpenter 1, Ed Dombrowski 4, Alan Michael Hess 25. FG 33, FT 23-34, F 20. (3-pointers: Liggins 1, Johnson 1, Hess 1. Fouled out: Hess)

KELLY (69) -- Stosh Lovett 16, Trey Drury 18, Aaron Grainger 8, Garrett Alsup 4, Josh Long 4. FG 28, FT 10-19, F 20. (3-pointers: Lovett 2, Alsup 1. Fouled out: Alsup, Drury)

Crystal City tournament

St. Vincent and Saxony Lutheran both fell in the semifinals of the Crystal City tournament.

Host Crystal City defeated Saxony 64-40, while Grandview turned back St. Vincent 44-40.

The Crusaders and Indians will meet in the third-place game at 7 p.m. today.

Gus Klaus led Saxony (1-1) with 16 points.

Adam Winkler paced St. Vincent (1-1) with 12 points in its loss.

Crystal City 64, Saxony Lutheran 40

Saxony Lutheran7111111--40
Crystal City1426195--64

SAXONY LUTHERAN (40) -- Gus Klaus 16, Kris Cook 5, Clayton Carver 5, Taylor Johnson 3, Clay Roth 3, Gabe Bohnert 6, Nick Johnson 2. FG 14, FT 9-11, F 14. (3-pointers: Cook, Carver, Johnson. Fouled out: none)

CRYSTAL CITY (64) -- Taylor Boyd 9, Nick Rothweiler 4, Eli Sample 16, Dane Russell 5, Chandler James 8, Alex Winkleman 7, Logan Losesch 1, Kyle Jones 12, Bryan Defearess 2. FG 25, FT 8-14, F 16. (3-pointers: Boyd 3, Sample 2, Russell 1. Fouled out: none)

Grandview 44, St. Vincent 40

St. Vincent712129--40
Grandview111599--44

ST. VINCENT (40) -- Adam Winkler 12, Ryan Boxdorfer 9, Stephen Graf 2, Brett Wengert 7, Mark Kutz 10. FG 16, FT 5-9, F 13. (3-pointers: Boxdorfer, Wengert 2. Fouled out: none)

GRANDVIEW (44) -- Capranica 16, Robinson 14, Voyles 10, Parks 2, Silvia 2. FG 19, FT 4-9, F 14. (3-pointers: Voyles 2. Fouled out: none)

Central 58, North County 33

Andrew Williams led the Tigers with 21 points as Central (2-0) reached the championship game of the Potosi tournament.

Williams sank five 3-pointers, while James Lane finished with 17 points.

Central11161417--58
North County15567--33

CENTRAL (58) -- Ross McClanahan 1, David Watts 2, Andrew Williams 21, T.J. Tisdell 9, James Lane 17, Garan Evans 3, Zach Boerboom 5. FG 17 6, FT 6-12, F 12. (3-pointers: Williams 5, Evans 1. Fouled out: none)

NORTH COUNTY (33) -- Basquez 10, Stabenaw 2, Holland 7, Whitwell 2, McGraw 2, Tedder 4, Tieseraver 6. FG 13, FT 2-3, F 17. (3-pointers: Basquez 2, Holland 1, Tieseraver 2. Fouled out: Tedder)

Christian Academy 53, New Salem 38

Josh Davault led New Salem with 15 points as the Eagles fell short against Christian Academy.

New Salem571412--38
Christian Academy1614167--53

NEW SALEM (38) -- Brad Long 4, Michael Bucholtz 3, Shannon Barber 4, John Bucholtz 6, Josh Davault 15, Chad Barber 4, Cody Vernon 2. FT 3-12, F 11. (3-pointers: M. Bucholtz. Fouled out: none)

CHRISTIAN ACADEMY (53) -- Alex Davidson 4, AJ Lewis 3, Aaron Bartee 9, DJ Heard 2, Matt Foster 2, Anthony Jones 18, Germaine Harris 2, Devin Hanes 4, JT Sullivan 9. FT 3-6, F 10. (3-pointers: Lewis, Bartee, Jones. Fouled out: none)

GIRLS BASKETBALL Kelly 51, Chaffee 33

Bridgette Chandler collected 16 points for the Hawks as they opened their season with a road victory.

Kaitlin Glastetter, Kristen Vetter and Kayla Hicks all added eight points apiece in the win.

Kelly 11 15 14 11 -- 51
Chaffee 9 8 4 12 -- 33

KELLY (51) -- Kaitlin Glastetter 8, Bridgette Chandler 16, Karlie Ashcraft 2, Kristen Vetter 8, Kayla Hicks 8, Payton Jones 2, Kristen Powell 7. FG 19, FT 11-19, F 20. (3-pointers: Chandler 2. Fouled out: Ashcraft)

CHAFFEE (33) -- Randi Wiley 7, Adrienne Eichhorn 7, Miranda Estes 6, Ellie Sigman 13. FG 12, FT 8-17, F 14. (3-pointers: Wiley 1. Fouled out: none)

Delta 67, East Prairie 36

Torie Burton helped lead the Bobcats to their first win on the road with 19 points and a team-high 17 rebounds.

Samantha Bartels scored a team-high 20 points for Delta (1-1). Machela Van Gennip added 17 points and had seven assists.

Jennifer Nicholson led the Eagles with 27 points.

Delta22161712--67
East Prairie135108--36

DELTA (67) -- Samantha Bartels 20, Rachel Bartels 1, Tori Burton 19 17 rebounds, Macey Parks 10, Machela Van Gennip 17 7 assists. FG 24, FT 16-27, F 16. (3-pointers: Burton 1, S. Bartels 2. Fouled out: R. Bartels)

EAST PRAIRIE (36) -- Douglas 2, Harwell 1, Lindsey 5, Nicholson 27, Carden 1. FG 13, FT 9-19, F 22. (3-pointers: Lindsey 1. Fouled out: Douglas)

JV -- Delta won 34-20.

North County 48, Meadow Heights 68

Whitney Welker collected 18 points and nine rebounds as the Panthers reached the championship game of the Potosi tournament.

Erin Bollmann finished with 14 points and pulled down 16 rebounds, while Gina Cureton added 10 points and had six steals.

Meadow Heights (2-0) will face St. James at 3 p.m. Saturday for the championship.

Meadow Heights12191918--68
North County1214913--48

MEADOW HEIGHTS (68) -- Hattie Cook 12, Gina Cureton 10, Erin Bollmann 14, Heather Dietiker 11, Whitney Welker 18, Jillian Mills 3. FG 23, FT 19-34, F 18. (3-pointers: Cook 1, Dietiker 2. Fouled out: none)

NORTH COUNTY (48) -- Huff 18, Collins 11, Echols 2, McGraw 2, Bonney 5, Barlow 10. FG 16, FT 12-16, F22. (3-pointers: Huff 4. Fouled out: Bonney)

Crystal City 45, St. Vincent 26

Chelsie Boxdorfer picked up 10 points as the Indians fell short against Crystal City in the Valle tournament.

Kali Wingerter added nine points for St. Vincent (2-2).

St. Vincent31364--26
Crystal City121698--45

ST. VINCENT (45) -- Chelsie Boxdorfer 10, Courtney Heberlie 2, Dani Hogard 2, Kali Wingerter 9, Stephanie Hoyt 3. FG 10, FT 4-15, F 14. (3-pointers: Boxdorfer 2. Fouled out: none)

CRYSTAL CITY (26) -- LaFlour 4, Thurman 3, Portell 3, Riney 5, Cooper 13, Killigore 11, Friedmeyer 2, Smith 4. FG 18, FT 8-15, F 18. (3-pointers: Thurman. Fouled out: none)

Kirkwood 45, Central 33

The Tigers fell short in the semifinals of the Northwest tournament with a 12-point loss.

Chelsea Vinson led Central (1-1) with 10 points and had eight rebounds and two steals. Chelsea Pannier followed with nine points and five rebounds.

The Tigers will play for third Saturday.

Central21786--33
Kirkwood151389--45

CENTRAL (33) -- Alayah Cooper-Johnson 2, Kylondrea Deberry 2, Bailey Kratochvil 4, Tori Scheller 1, Chelsea Pannier 9, Megan Daly 3, Nakema Ivy 2, Chelsea Vinson 10. FG 9, FT 13-24, F 18. (3-pointers: Pannier 2. Fouled out: none)

KIRKWOOD (45) -- Doty 9, Fryrdar 18, Martin 11, McWoods 2, Williams 3, Mullendore 2. FG 16, FT 7-15, F 21. (3-pointers: Fryrdar 6. Fouled out: none)

Scott City 87, Charleston 65

Katie Hogan scored a game-high 28 points and pulled down 13 rebounds to lead the Rams to a home victory.

Stacey Heisserer added 14 points and collected 10 rebounds, while Katie Rhymer finished with 11 points.

Scott City improved to 2-0.

Charleston13251314--65
Scott City26222514--87

CHARLESTON (65) -- Gabrielle Quinn 6, Kasuela Cooper 25, Jasmine Spence 7, Eneikqua Ewing 24, Makayla Thompson 2, Demeshia Owens 1. FG 25, FT 15-30, F 27. (3-pointers: none. Fouled out: Thompson)

SCOTT CITY (87) -- Stacey Heisserer 16, Melanie Lacey 8, Courtney Bentley 3, Lindsey Ressel 4, Jenna Cummins 4, Katie Rhymer 11, Katie Hogan 28, Brittany Kiefer 5, Andrea Gray 6, Jessica Boswell 2. FG 29, FT 23-31, F 24. (3-pointers: Hogan 5, Bentley 1. Fouled out: Heisserer)

-- From staff reports

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